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upenn-f16-2028 Polynesians of Kapingamarangi


Published 1947, 1950




Run time 22:00
Producer Goodenough, Ward
Audio/Visual silent, color

Credits

Dr. Ward Goodenough, (ethnographer and producer)
Kenneth P. Emory (photo)
Carroll J. Lathrop (photo)

Bernice P Bishop Museum Expeditions of 1947 and 1950
Sponsored by Pacific Science Board National Research Council & the United States Navy

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Polynesians of Kapingamarangi, reel 2.
Filmed in Kapingamarangi, an atoll in the state of Pohnpei of the Federated States of Micronesia.
The film depicts many of the traditional daily activities of Kapingamarangi, without reflecting 20th century influences, other than footage of women looking through a camera lens.

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Reviewer: Tio842 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 21, 2012
Subject: Kapingamarangi My Home
my family moved there so I could go to grade school because there is no crimes and safe.
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